(PRWEB) December 29, 2017
“The Five Powers of FAITH”: a captivating book about achieving real change, personal happiness, and lasting success. “The Five Powers of FAITH” is the creation of published author, James T. Kelly Ph.D., a former individual and family therapist, hospital administrator, and college instructor, who is currently writing fiction and nonfiction pieces and spending time on woodworking projects.
Dr. Kelly shares, “The first step toward change was awareness—awareness of what was wrong and what to do about it. And what was wrong was I developed a lifestyle, which conflicted with common sense, I needed people to see me as some sort of hero or idol. But they were not allowed to know my inner self was torn apart with misery, doubt, and fear. My life was one gigantic cover up game. And what I needed to do was take a long, hard look at the person responsible for such a sad and lonely life—me. I convinced myself of the following goal: Think only good thoughts. I had faith in my inner strength to make this shift from unhealthy external dependencies to healthy internal self-control. My inner journey to the big word, FAITH, began.”
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, James T. Kelly’s new book acknowledges with full honesty that having faith in God is essential in order to achieve great transformation in life—he is the provider of strength and wisdom to people who want to be fulfilled in the various aspects of their lives.
The author stays true to the fact that real change is the fruit of hard labor. Full commitment and consistency are needed if one wants great results; no one can do the complete work of improving one’s life externally and internally buy himself or herself.
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Consumers can purchase“The Five Powers of FAITH” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, Kobo or Barnes and Noble.
For additional information or inquiries about “The Five Powers of FAITH”, contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.